We are on a mission to provide faithful theological education at a truly affordable cost.
For many in Christian Ministry, they simply don't have the funds or resources to afford a degree from a seminary today without incurring a significant amount of debt. Yet, theological education is vastly important as we need faithful ministers who are well equipped with the exegetical and practical tools needed for ministry.
We wanted to find a solution.
Rooted in the Protestant Reformed tradition, our undergraduate and graduate programs are only $60/month, while our doctoral program is only $80/month. Courses are asynchronous, allowing our students to receive quality theological education according to their own schedules. Each of our courses are taught by qualified faculty members who are faithful ministers, academics, apologists, biblical counselors, and Christian educators. Our courses do not sacrifice quality or rigor for affordability.
We want our students to go into ministry, not debt. Come study with us.
What's New at Forge
Announcing the new M.Div program:
Our new M.Div. degree is a 91-credit hour program which seeks to equip men for faithful service as local church pastors in the Reformed tradition. At $60/month, our program is one of the most affordable available.
More than aCademics.
Because we are passionate about providing quality theological education at an affordable cost, all of our faculty members are full-time ministers, educators, and biblical counselors; serving FTS alongside their current ministries. Because we exist for the Church, our faculty members teach at FTS because they long to see more faithful men trained up for gospel ministry for the Glory of God.
Dr. Michael Burgos
President | Professor of Theology & Biblical Counseling
Dr. Michael Beck
Professor of Biblical Studies
Dr. russell Threet
Professor of Biblical Counseling
Dr. Steven Mathews
Professor of Christian Ethics
"He that has doctrinal knowledge and speculation only, without affection, never is engaged in the business of religion."
-- Jonathan Edwards